Westbrook, CT Topo Map

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Anchored to the sea by its twin rivers, the Menunketesuck to the west and the Patchogue to the east, Westbrook makes the most of its 4 miles of shorefront. Completed in 1776, Bushnell’s wood-and-steel American Turtle was a hand-powered one-man ship that submerged when its ballast tanks were filled with water. Used in an unsuccessful attempt to attach a torpedo mine to the belly of the sixty-four-gun British man-of-war Eagle in New York Harbor during the Revolution, the submersible vessel was the forerunner of the modern-day submarine. Today, the United States center of submarine production has moved eastward to Groton, and the vessels plying the waters of Westbrook are mostly pleasure craft and fishing boats. The ripple of sails and the chatter of lines teasing at spars are the sounds to steer by if you want to find the best parts of Westbrook. This eTrail includes detailed descriptions of the best things to do in Westbrook, places to eat and places to stay, boat excursions and charters, and sources of additional information.
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Westbrook, Connecticut

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